"Magic" as written by Melissa Hill, Michele Rossi, Gianni Bini, Leonardo Grillotto, Christian Reiner Lindemann and Axel Ulivi....
Never been very good at the things that I should do better
And I've tied very hard just to see if I could forget ya
But never, ever could we get back together
I doubt it somehow, doubt it, yes I do

Did you think that I would be so good that it wouldn't matter
And did you feel at the time that the weight of the time is greater
It's magic, magic, everything else has had it
It's magic, magic, everything that you do
I've had it, magic, had that magical feeling

Just call me and you know I'll be there
Don't worry me you know I'll be there
No matter if it's day or night, you
Why worry if I say I'll be there

Did it all, looking back at the road, maybe lacked some measure
Could it be, could it be you and me wanted just the pleasure, my pleasure

But magic, magic, everything else has had it
It's magic, magic, everything that you do
I've had it, magic, had that magical feeling

Just call me and you know I'll be there
Don't worry me you know I'll be there
Won't matter if it's day or night, you
Why worry if I say I'll be there

Right or wrong, it's still the same
It's a win-or-lose-it game

Never been very good at the things that I should do better
Could it be, could it be you and me wanted just the pleasure, my pleasure

But magic, magic, everything else has had it
It's magic, magic, everything that you do
I've had it, magic, had that magical feeling
Magic, oh it's magic, everything else has had it
It's magic, magic, everything that you do
I've had it, magic, had that magical feeling
Magic, oh it's magic, everything else has had it...


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"Magic" as written by Leonardo Grillotti Gianni Bini

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